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Connecticut Gov. Dannel P. Malloy says authorities will try to use three transformers to restore partial power to a crippled track of the nation’s second-largest commuter railroad.
Broken electrical equipment interrupted rush-hour rail commutes in and out of New York City and snarled rail service as far south as Washington on Wednesday, and the problem could take weeks to repair, a utility said as it sought a power alternative for the trains.
Governor Malloy has warned Metro-North commuters that they should not count on the rail system to get to work Monday on a regular schedule after Tropical Storm Irene flooded parts of the rail system.
Note: As of early afternoon, the MTA website said limited service had been restored, on an hourly basis, with trains making all local stops. For the latest, visit their website, mta.info People hoping to go […]